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radio d-j's from australia prank called the hospital and spoke to saldanha about kate middleton's condition. for the very latest we go and the roads. >> anti-rosand the reporter andy rose... >> a change at the australian radio station whose djs prank called the hospital treating prince william's pregnant wife for acute ceo rhys holleran says 2-day f-m djs mel greig and michael christian have apologized and mutually decided to go off the air for an undetermined period after they learned of the suicide of nurse jacintha saldahna. she was one of the staffers who took the phone call. >> "southern cross auestor are deeply sadden by the tragic news of the death of nurse jacintha saldanha from the king edward vii hospital and we extend our deepest sympathies to her family and all that has been affected by the situation around the world." >> on friday saldahna's body was found not far from king edward the seventh hospital where she worked. the this to say about her. >> "jacintha was a first class nurse who cared diligently for hundreds of patients joined her time with us." >> the radio
. it is believed the woman took her own life. it happened less than a day after kate middleton left she had been treated for extreme morning sickness. the nurse who had answered the phone to two d-j's pretending to be queen elizabeth and prince charles - was found dead friday. >> friday london john lofthouse chief exec., king edward vii hospital >> it is with deep sadness that we have reported eight death reporte-a-up of nursing staff. >> that hoax call was heard around the world. the hosts of an australian radio show say they never expected the prank call would get anywhere. but it did. jacintha saldanha transferred the call.a different nurse went on to give out confidential information on how the duchess was doing. people were divided on whether the prank was relatively harmless or crossing the line. but no one expected this. the hospital boss claims everyone was supportive of the nurses involved. a royal source says the palace never complained to the hospital. now the radio station's facebook page has been bombarded with angry comments. one saying "blood is on your hands." the d-j's have been
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